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“Network Investigative Techniques”: Court Documents Show How FBI Uses Malware for Surveillance

In Archive, FBI, Hacking, Malware, Surveillance on December 8, 2013 at 3:16 AM

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  1. […] “Network Investigative Techniques”: Court Documents Show How FBI Uses Malware for Surveillance […]

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  2. […] grounds and because they would reveal the identity of confidential sources, law enforcement investigative techniques and pertain to ongoing investigations into terrorism. The FBI said other documents were referred […]

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  3. […] Investigative Technique can cause a computer to perform any task the computer is capable of—covertly upload files, photographs and stored e-mails to an FBI controlled server, use a computer’s camera […]

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  5. […] Search warrant for FBI “Network Investigative Technique” showing the type of data FBI installed malware collects on computers targeted for search and seizure. The malware was delivered and operated by a private contractor named Russ Jensen, Sr. Engineer at Allied Associates International. The warrant is for a case that was reported on by the Washington Post last year. See: “Network Investigative Techniques”: Court Documents Show How FBI Uses Malware for Surveillance […]

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  6. […] “Network Investigative Techniques”: Court Documents Show How FBI Uses Malware for Surveillance FBI Seeking to Purchase 35GB of Malware […]

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